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CSPAN
Feb 2, 2013 8:00am EST
that are used by usda assert that we have 2.2 million farmers. the agency is probably very embarrassed about the lousy job they have been doing because they are lying with those statistics. a close look at the numbers shows that usda numbers count the one third of two.2 million entities that have failed under $1,000 and two thirds of those entities have failed under $10,000. those are not profits, those are sales. those are the small businesses down the road from my family farm. i don't run, my husband runs. i have a neighbor who may sell $10,000 of grapes a year to a winemaker down the road. i am not sure if he sells that many and i have a friend who has come close and has a flower business during the summer. i know she makes under $1,000 in the summer growing flowers for a local restaurant. she does it because she enjoys it. these are not farmers, these are not people who consider themselves farmers, they are often retirees and are counted as farmers when we are looking at these subsidies because why would we subsidize small hobby farmers? it is true that the largest farms receive the larg
CSPAN
Feb 25, 2013 12:35am EST
. -- agricultural outlook forum. silence those cell phones, please. on behalf of the secretary and usda, a chief economist, i really want to welcome you here to arlington, virginia, especially our international guests and all of those watching the for him via live webcast. we have several representatives from foreign embassies and we welcome you, thank you so much, we are honored to have you with us. organizing this conference, 2000 people, 25 sessions, it is really quite a lot of work. i want to begin by thanking the organizers of the conference for all they have done. i work with a top flight team in the office of the chief economist and i want to thank our chief economist and the world board chairman for all the great work they have done. they planned to do very full days. i know we will learn a lot. along with the traditional commodity and food price outlook, this year the program emphasizes agriculture must manage risk. from finances to natural resources to transportation. one of the things i am really excited about in this program this year is more time spent on fruit and vegetables, which
CSPAN
Feb 22, 2013 6:00am EST
usda conferences on their own, we will have had to grown as much food as we did as the dawn of recorded history. and we will have to do it without more land. compounding the problem is effects of the changing climate. anyone who works close to the land can plainly see -- what is up with the weather? -- last but timber the cover of national geographic ask the question "what's up with the weather? that is a fair question. last year was the hottest on record in the u.s. with massive summer droughts. leading secretary vilsack to declare more than half of u.s. counties primary nash trip -- a natural disaster areas. we witnessed extreme flooding throughout asia and devastating droughts in the horn of africa. in europe, and characteristic deep freezes have given way to destructive fires. u.n.food organizations are warning of a huge locusts in egypt. talk about disasters of biblical proportions. you cannot make this stuff up. as the secretary has shared with us on many occasions, these natural disasters are leading to higher and higher profit insurance payout at a time the federal government is
CSPAN
Feb 21, 2013 5:00pm EST
, the university of maryland, eastern shore, and the sponsors who make this possible, including the usda natural resources controversial and -- conservation service. students, can i ask you to stand, please? there we go. thank you. congratulations. without further ado, i am going to ask our chief economist to kick off this conference, with the traditional presentation on his economic and foreign trade outlook. joe has been our chief economist for 15 years. he was the deputy chief economist for 15 years before becoming the current chief economist. i know he is someone you rely upon, his analysis, for all the work you do, and is someone who has the trust of the secretary completely. so let us know what is going on. [applause]quick thanks very much, and thanks for enhancing that resume and letting me be chief economist for 15 years. it was good. i want to welcome everyone, and am delighted to see such a large crowd. he have had really great crowds the last few years. i think it is a tribute to jerry and the program committee , putting together such good programs. in my comments today, i am going to
CSPAN
Feb 21, 2013 11:00pm EST
headquarters and a young lady said that she wanted to thank the usda for the work it has been doing recently. and i said, i appreciate that. assuming she was going to talk about the record farm income or record income, what she wanted to thank us for was she majored in agriculture, and she said she was a bit humbled and sort of embarrassed when she would tell her friends and family what she was doing. but because of what has been happening in agriculture today, the activities of the usda, those in this room, agriculture is cool again, she said. we have some great young people here today who are passionate and excited about their future careers in agriculture. i'm thinking to myself, what is joe worried about? why do we have to manage these things, that seem to be going in the right direction. now, i began to make the list of all the things we actually should be concerned with. what donned on me is when you talk about agriculture and rest, you talk about the weather. you talk about the drought. but the uncertainty and the risks of agriculture today, they are in many cases man-made. let me giv
CSPAN
Feb 26, 2013 6:00am EST
those cell phones. thank you very much. on behalf of the secretary and usda, our committee economists -- our chief economists, i really want to welcome you to arlington, virginia. especially our international guests and all of those watching the forum by live webcast. we have several representatives here from foreign embassies, and we welcome you. thank you so much. we're honored to have you with us. organizing this conference means 2,000 people, 25 different sessions, it's really quite a lot of work. so i want to begin by thanking the organizers of the conference for all they've done. i work with a top flight team in the office of the chief economist. i particularly want to thank our chief economist, joe, and, of course, the world board chairman, jerry, for all the great work that they've done. they've planned two very full days. i know we're going to learn a lot. along with the traditional commodity and food price outlooks, this year's program emphasizes the many ways agriculture must manage risk from finances to natural resources to transportation. finish -- and one of the things i
CSPAN
Feb 20, 2013 7:00am EST
ask about this. i've got some correspondence year from usda, the committee that senator pryor and i will be working on, the ag committee on questions about on site inspectors, which if they don't show up at a meat processing facility, that facility can't open. other kinds of food processing, fda can come i occasionally, and that doesn't really implement, doesn't really impact whether that plant can be open or not. but if the usda inspector doesn't show up, the plant can't open. is there any way to prioritize those kind of individuals showing up so 100 other workers or 1000 other workers can show up that day? >> unfortunately, i don't think there is, senator. the way the budget is structured for the food safety inspection service at usda come is that 80% of their total funding spent on salaries and benefits for front-line personnel that are doing the very inspections you refer to. so it becomes a math asia ultimately. they're going to get a certain amount of budget come if we have is the question, will be canceled and there's no way in which to find other sources of funds because 88%
NBC
Feb 23, 2013 5:30am EST
for the u.s. department of agriculture. olive oil importers can ask usda for its seal of approval, essentially certifying extra virgin oil is in the bottle. >> it has to meet a very high level of chemical and flavor in smell profiles to be able to make that grade. >> reporter: but the program is voluntary and only one oil producer has asked for the usda seal. so today when you spend extra bucks for extra virgin -- >> nobody is really out there minding the store. if you're going to spend that kind of money you really deserve to get a really good quality oil. >> reporter: liz crenshaw, news4. >> sure, we all want the real thing. right? so how can you tell then if you're getting really good quality extra virgin oil? experts say it tastes fresh, like fresh olives. it's peppery, it's grassy and it is really strong. color, however, not an indicator and it is best if it's less than a year old but not every bottle gives you that harvesting. >>> celebrities like beyonce made them popular, but is a detox diet right for you? experts talk about the benefits and the risks. >>> and why the firs
CBS
Feb 15, 2013 6:00pm EST
are you going to do? >> reporter: the american meat institute wanted to know why the usda couldn't cut elsewhere and not furlough meat inspectors and the usda secretary tom vilsack wrote back and said that they had to cut meat inspectors, that they had no choice given the budget congress has put forth. live in mclean peggy fox, wusa9. >>> we are following breaking news tonight. federal investigators have charged former illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. with misusing campaign money, spending $750,000 on personal luxuries. wbb mtv reports jackson signed a plea agreement with prosecutors. they've charged his wife with filing false income tax forms. an attorney for sandra jackson says she's signed a plea deal with prosecutors as well. mr. jackson has released a statement that says he offers no excuses for his conduct and he accepts responsibility for the mistakes he's made. >>> we could see some snow tonight and i'm here in the weather center with topper shutt. i understand you're breaking out the flake-o-meter. is that where we are now? it comes to this. >> i like that. right now we
FOX Business
Feb 27, 2013 5:00pm EST
of agriculture, tom vilsack, has warned that cuts to the usda which oversees safety inspections of meat and poultry and egg processing plants could result a ten million to the industry and higher prices and shortages for consumers. a short time ago i spoke to secretary vilsack sack from the new york stock exchange whether the whole situation might be blown out of proportion? >> well the reality is the way the sequester is structured we have to cut every line item of our budget including one in food safety by the same uniform amount. when the food safety budget is predominantly front line inspectors it means we will have to furlough inspectors. when they walk off the line because they're being furloughed the plant will have to shut down production at the time of the furlough. that is the unfortunate circumstance of congress not getting its job done by dealing with the deficit and dealing with it in a smart way. dennis: i'm sorry for the rude or impertinent question, given it is crisis and food might go out the door without ininspections how would you be at new york stock exchange, should
CSPAN
Feb 15, 2013 5:00pm EST
a usda from 1982 to 2007 and was named special doha agricultural envoy and continues to serve as chief agricultural negotiator in the doha talks. our next witness is to a roger pulwarty. i will turn to senator bennett to introduce him as well. >> i think the people of colorado for holding this incredibly important hearing. they been afflicted by both drought and fire come as a thank you for doing it and i'm pleased to introduce dr. roger pulwarty to the committee this morning. dr. pulwarty comes to us by way of boulder, colorado where he works on the national oceanic and atmospheric administration. he serves as chief of the climate and societal interactions domitian. his past research and publications have focused on extreme weather in disaster risk reduction in the western united states, latin america and caribbean. dr. pulwarty has testified before congress before. his appearance is focused on climate change, water resources and climate adaptation. from university and received phd at boulder. my chair, thank you grenache for allowing to testify today. >> before hearing dr. johanns is
CSPAN
Feb 22, 2013 1:00am EST
lady came up to me and said she wanted to thank usda for the work it has been doing recently. i appreciate that. i assumed she was going to talk about record farm income for the work it has been or record exports. what she wanted to thank us for was that in the 1980's, when she went to school, and majored in agriculture and got her advanced degree, she said she was a bit humbled, and sort of embarrassed, when she would tell her friends and family what she was doing. but because of what has been happening in agriculture today, because of the activities of usda and the folks in this room, she said agriculture is cool again. people are excited about future careers in agriculture. things seem to be going in the right direction. i began to make the list of all the things we should be concerned about. what dawned on me is, normally, when you talk about agriculture, you talk about the weather, these you may not have control over. the risks, in many cases today, are man-made. let me give you a few examples. there is risk in the uncertainty, with reference to budgets and the impending se
CSPAN
Feb 22, 2013 2:00pm EST
us to begin thinking at usda about steps we can take to help producers during a difficult time. we took a series of steps to try to mitigate the consequences. we opened up crp land, and changed premium payments, things of that nation -- that nature. it also got us thinking -- were there other steps, other things we should be doing, to provide help and assistance? it occurred to us perhaps we should be focused more acutely on the need to encourage multi- cropping through the united states, in order for us to do a better job of conservation, to create biomass that could be a revenue source, and to potentially allow us to conserve precious water resources, which would in turn allow us to get through these drought circumstances in a more favorable circumstance. we have begun a process of looking at ways in which we could provide assistance. you will be fortunate to hear from a fellow by the name of david brant, who has a no till nutrient management system he has put in place since the 1970s, that involves multi- cropping. it saves about $100 an acre on nitrogen. it has increased its co
FOX News
Feb 22, 2013 1:00am PST
of agriculture has hired a man named samuel to conduct "cultural sensitivity training" for usda employees. he has used his paid position to demean the united states and to in doctrineate his audience. >> i want you to say if we work for a federal agency we have discriminated in the past. mexicans came to this country last night illegally. never mind that the united states expanded and took over what used to be mexico. if the truth be known in a lot of these circumstance is if you tell some of these montreal expos cans go back to where you came from they go to texas, california, arizona. >> bill: the watch dog group judicial watch obtained that video and many others showing rants by him to the act. documents show that sensitivity seminars were held at least 16 times costing the taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. my question is why is this happening? it is a total waste of taxpayer money and insulting to the country. talking points believes the reason stuff like this goes on is the culture of liberalism that has now gripped, washington, with a liberal president and senate the message has g
ABC
Feb 28, 2013 11:00am PST
california. also, fewer head start programs for the youngest of students, and even the usda could see employees furloughed. here's the inspectors who inspect our food supply. keep that in mind. if you would like to read more about this, the white house report on the impact of the sequester on california is on our website and you can go to abc7 news a report from the white house. republicans at this time are saying a lot of these threats are being overhypeed. >> mike nicco has the forecast. mike? >> as we come up on 11:17 you can see the haze. today is the last day of the winter "spare the air" season and we have had ten so far. thank you for the warnings. we have rain in the forecast and in snow. i will show you the two chances in the seven-day outlook. >> and a new push to get treatment for people with autism, a law that some insurance companies are not >> santa rosa, berkeley, san jose and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> california state officials are going after insurance companies for not covering treatments for autism patients. insurance commissioner dave jones is proposi
ABC
Feb 3, 2013 6:30pm EST
and the only chickenompany to have usda process verified programs for fresh, all natural chicken. our chickens are not fed steroids or hormones. [ jim ] we raise our chickens cage-free. we're trying to make a better chicken. well i always worry about what's in the fo
CSPAN
Feb 26, 2013 9:00am EST
and the time i grandkids are old enough to attend usda conferences on their own, we will have had to go as much food as we have grown from the dawn of recorded history to today. and we will have to do it without more land. compounding this problem are the effects of change in climate, which anyone who works close to the land can plainly see. last september, the cover of national geographic asked the question, what's up with the weather? and it's a very fair question. last year was the hottest on record in the u.s., with massive summer droughts leading secretaries vilsack to declare more than half of u.s. counties primary natural disaster areas. we witnessed extreme flooding throughout asia and devastating droughts in the horn of africa. in europe, uncharacteristic deep freezes have given way to destructive wildfires. u.n. food and agricultural organization is actually warning of a huge locust infection in egypt. talk about disasters of biblical proportions. you can't make this stuff up. as the secretary has shared with us on many occasions, these natural disasters are leading to higher and high
FOX Business
Feb 12, 2013 6:00pm EST
't want to eat that healthy. next. ♪ gerri: the lunch box cops strike again for a usda unleashing 160 pages of regulations telling schools nationwide to limit snath offerings or lose their piece of pie. but some opting up the state of arizona considering giving the schools the freedom to do just that joining me now from the arizona education department, stacy, thank you for coming on the show. your state considering legislation to allow schools to opt out. is that a good idea? >> carrier wheats believe in control and the districts make their own decision if they want to participate. right now a state law requires districts with under rendered students must participate even those with low percentages of free and reduced lunch have to operate a program and that is a lot to deal with the bureaucracy and requirements. gerri: the concern say upstate new york they pull the plug that the kids are throwing up the food then mom and dad have to pay again is that happening in arizona? >> obviously we don't monitor that individual child and take if they throw out the broccoli would not be unusual
ABC
Feb 4, 2013 11:00pm PST
. >> usda estimates 18 percent of all stake and roast in the u.s. are tenderize. that includes meat sold in grocery stores. but according to one trade group that 18 percent is a low estimate. the north american meat association says they survey just one part of the market. hotel and restaurant trade and found 80 to 90 percent of the beef served there is mechanically tenderize even though so prevalent he says the industry won't commit to labels without that risk of study. >> i think as an industry we are not ready to say whether or not anything different would be con. >> there have been recall of meat mechanically tenderize in some cases marinated here in the u.s. data from the american meat institute a lobby for the meat industry lists 6 recall since 2003. during the latest incident in 2009 at least 21 people got sick and 16 states including california. and that's the bottom line for whiz el blower groups like the food integrity campaign. >> has been associated with illness. still apparently not enough illness to justify a simple label. simple label. so that consumer can make infor
KOFY
Feb 5, 2013 12:00am PST
labels safe handling labels on meat product at the retail level. >> usda estimates 18 percent of all stake and roast in the u.s. are tenderize. that includes meat sold in grocery stores. but according to one trade group that 18 percent is a low estimate. the north american meat association says they survey just one part of the market. hotel and restaurant trade and found 80 to 90 percent of the beef served there is mechanically tenderize even though so prevalent he says the industry won't commit to labels without that risk of study. >> i think as an industry we are not ready to say whether or not anything different would be con. >> there have been recall of meat mechanically tenderize in some cases marinated here in the u.s. data from the american meat institute a lobby for the meat industry lists 6 recall since 2003. during the latest incident in 2009 at least 21 people got sick and 16 states including california. and that's the bottom line for whiz el blower groups like the food integrity campaign. >> has been associated with illness. still apparently not enough illness to ju
SFGTV2
Feb 18, 2013 6:30am PST
: the usda asked that i go to herminie and provide an independent evaluation of the problems to determine if it was severe enough to warrant funding. i've worked in a lot of communities in pennsylvania, i've seen a lot of things that were pretty startling, however, the trip to herminie absolutely, um... astounded me. i wrote a letter to usda, saying that it was the worst thing i'd ever seen in pennsylvania and that if they could award funding, that they do so. and they did. they did. over $15 million, grant and loan, for that project. mcmillen: and it took years to get funding. what kept this project going was the steadfastness of the community -- they knew they needed sewage, and they just kept plugging along till we got through every issue that came up. the project will consist of 44 miles of line that we're going to put in, and a treatment plant. it will permanently eliminate the problem, the health hazards. i anticipate a definite regrowth in herminie, and it will be a good thing for everybody. zdravecky: maybe it won't help me too much because i'm an old lady, but whoever comes along
FOX News
Feb 16, 2013 2:00pm PST
use of taxpayer dollars? >> absolutely not. they have a record of doing this at the usda. they spent $22,000 of taxpayer money making an oil portrait of vilsack and spent a million dollars on an internship program, hired one intern. so it's -- >> super intern. >> did he a lot of work. what i don't understand is the left has always hated pilgrims. they always said they came overd raped the indians and took all the land. and destroyed the environment.. now they're saying, pilgrims ary illegal aliens. the left loves illegal aliens! >> are you sure the whole left is like that? >> i don't get it. >> the whole y left? this is what greg does when he sits here. it is certai on people who do that. do i thinker that's good idea? no, i do not. it's a waste of taxpayer money. do i think that the pilgrims and the people who came in forcedeo the indians off their land and murdered them? yes. s. >> together we can make an extension of each other's quest america stronger, healthier and freer to work for all of us. say thank you, black folks.la say thank you, black folks. i want you to say america wa
KBCW
Feb 25, 2013 10:00pm PST
by the usda that guarantees only beef and pork products are in our meatballs. >> inspectors are doing dna testing to see how widespread the problem is. >>> it was a celebration fit for scottish royalty in emeryville this afternoon. bag pipes, and loud cheers for two of the company's makers who brought an oscar back to the bay area. brave won best animated feature film. >> the ultimate feeling of shock and almost awe because it is our industry's highest honor. we spent six years making this film. to have it recognized at this level, it was surreal. >> it is pixar's seventh win. >>> tom brady and andres have in common and get ting done with the glove in phoenix for the a's. the minute is next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, double and a three run homer against the white sox, sta >>> rough spring debut in consecutive picks, he allowed a three-run home run. madison making his first start. two innings, two hits. no earned runs for the giants lefty. and a little help from that man,juaquin. a two-run single, but the giants allowed nine unanswered runs. how about the a's? flashing the leather all over the p
NBC
Feb 23, 2013 6:30pm PST
on airlines, the usda tells us it's investigating to see if united will receive any civil penaltyipenalties in bam bam's death. the airlines declined to answer any questions. now, many of our investigations start with information from our viewers, if you have a tip for the unit to investigate, call our tipline at 888 -996-tips. and you can also send an e-mail to the unit at nbc bay area.com. finally, we thank you for joining us. we invite to you stay tubed tu area, because we investigate. good night. mom, i invited justin over for lunch. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 minutes! [ mom ] don't stress. we can figure this out. ♪ [ male announcer ] get the speed to make a great first impression. call today to get u-verse high speed internet for as little as $14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. this is delicious. ♪ [ male announcer ] save the day in an instant. at&t. ♪ . >> joe julianne first kiss only we found and dr. drew under fire. following mindy death. mistake or murder? the blade runner mystery takes another bizarre tur
CBS
Feb 25, 2013 12:00pm PST
in our stores here. we do have suppliers that are backed by the usda which guarantees that only beef and pork products are in our meatballs. >> reporter: we spoke with ikea customer dorian who says even though the scandal is far from our stores, the concern over mislabeled products is still close to home. >> if it's sold as meat product or beef product and then you get something else, i think that's -- i think if anything you should give the consumer the choice if they do that intentionally. >> reporter: european inspectors are conducting tests on products to see how widespread the problem is. no one knows how it entered the european union food chain or how much of it is left to be found. in east palo alto, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >>> investigators are poring over tips about the prime suspect in that las vegas strip shooting from last week. police are looking for this man, 26-year-old ammar harris. they say he shot and killed aspiring rapper kenneth cherry from oakland and set off a chain reaction crash that left cab driver and passengers dead. a s
KOFY
Feb 28, 2013 11:30am PST
for the youngest of students, and even the usda could see employees furloughed. here's the inspectors who inspect our food supply. keep that in mind. if you would like to read more about this, the white house report on the impact of the sequester on california is on our website and you can go to abc7 news a report from the white house. republicans at this time are saying a lot of these threats are being overhypeed. >> mike nicco has the forecast. mike? >> as we come up on 11:17 you can see the haze. today is the last day of the have had ten so far." season thank you for the warnings. we have rain in the forecast and in snow. i will show you the two chances in the seven-day outlook. >> and a new push to get treatment for people with autism, a law that some insurance companies are not with my friends, we'll do almost anything. out for drinks, eats. i have very well fitting dentures. i like to eat a lot of fruits. love them all. the seal i get with the super poligrip free keeps the seeds from getting up underneath. even well-fitting dentures let in food particles. super poligrip is zinc free. with j
FOX
Feb 3, 2013 10:00am EST
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FOX
Feb 26, 2013 5:00pm EST
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SFGTV2
Feb 28, 2013 3:30pm PST
about this and they are chemicals used in the process and according to the usda these are the nitrogen oxides at 1.5 9 tons per year. this nitrogen oxide exposure causes respiratory exposure and harmful to the vegetation and human beings. this is just a few blocks down from third. anyone who have knowledge of bay view hunter's point know this is a very toxic -- >> ma'am, your time is up. >> i also want to say the water flows. >> thank you. >> and it is contaminated. >> everyone gets three minutes. thank you very much. your time is up. >> [inaudible] >> thank you very much. to keep this fair everyone gets three minutes. i'm going to keep talking while you keep talking. thank you very much. thank you. (calling speaker names). >> hi. i am lilla nelson and i am too are a long-term resident of bay view bay view hunter's point. i have two small children and one has a respiratory problem who likes to sing. i am too not opposed to wellness. i am all for wellness especially when it comes to our children in the bay view hunter's point area. i do not understand why would you put a facil
ABC
Feb 12, 2013 2:30pm EST
usda process verified programs for fresh, all natural chicken. our chickens are not fed steroids or hormones. [ jim ] we raise our chickens cage-free. we're trying to make a better chicken. this is our perdue perfect portions, five chicken breasts individually wrapped so you can use what you want, and put the rest in the refrigerator.
CBS
Feb 15, 2013 12:00pm EST
and the only chicken company to have usda process verified programs for fresh, all natural chicken. our chickens are not fed steroids or hormones. [ jim ] we raise our chickens cage-free. we're trying to make a better chicken. >>> welcome back. this is our friday noon puppy. this is jinx. >> wow. >> wow is right. he also has a brother available should you want to keep them together. he's at the maryland spca, of course. we'll show you the number here. there's the website. >> that little face. >> i think they heard you. >> i think so. have you felt him? >> he's darling. >> that is the most unique coat i've ever felt in my wife. that's that wired hair pom-type mix. always look for your shelters to adopt puppies and dogs and cats and kittens because they need a good home. >>> meteorologist tim williams it's going to be an interesting 30 hours. don't you think? >> oh, yeah. interesting is definitely the word for it. it starts with this temperature. keep in mind we are half way through february right now. we are now as the updated numbers have come in at 56 degrees. we are almost near 60
ABC
Feb 1, 2013 2:30pm EST
is the first and the only chicken company to have usda process verified programs for fresh, all natural chicken. our chickens are not fed steroids or hormones. [ jim ] we raise our chickens cage-free. we're trying to make a better chicken. that i put on my children's plate. that's why we use all-white meat, breading that is whole grain with omega-3 and no preservatives. it is my goal to make the highest quality,
FOX
Feb 18, 2013 6:00pm EST
usda encourages the few school districts who have chosen not to participate in the school lunch program to take steps tone sure all children will have access to healthy affordable meals. in new york, fox news. >> a wreath laying ceremony at the tomb of george washington today. mount vernon open to the public. the third infantry regiment and a patriotic music concert. known as the old guard. the nation's oldest act of infantry regiment and official unit for the president. >> tomorrow will be a different story. >> they at least got to do it in the dry weather. happy president's day, brian. tomorrow we'll have to watch presip moving in. mostly rain. if it were to sneak in early enough, mostly we think that's going to be in the mountains and show you where in a moment. you know what i love about this picture? the sun went down at 5:49. we are gaining day light time. i think it's march 10th. going to go back to day light saving time. i like seeing those brighter skies. going to be a chilly week. we got a taste of that over the weekend, didn't we? today's high temperatures not that bad. this
CBS
Feb 7, 2013 12:00pm EST
given him a two-week extension to decide if he wants to cooperate with their investigation. the usda could reduce arm strong's life ban to just eight years if he cooperates. >>> still to come when the news continues, see how britain is using new technology to tackle its age old pound puppy problem. >> but first too, close for comfort. see what happens when a whale decides to join a boating excursion off the >>> a trip in a canoe off the coast of hawaii turned into a whale watching excursion by surprise. a humpback whale came out of nowhere and nearly capsized the canoe that carried to people. the couple from arizona was not injured and they say the whale didn't appear to be injured as it swam away. >>> an amazing robotic reproduction of the human body is now on display at london's science museum. robotics experts have built what they've dubbed a million dollar bionic man deplete with artificial organs, synthetic blood, and robotic limbs. he's 6'6" and he was put together during the momently titled documentary "how to build a bionic man." his synthetic blood that we mentioned can bind
CBS
Feb 15, 2013 7:00pm EST
. and that actually hurts. what are you going to do? peggy fox, wusa9. >>> the usda secretary said in response to a letter from the american meat institute that food safety inspection service have cut their operating costs and they will, "have no choice, but to furlough their employees in order to stay with the budget that congress has given it." after further review, alexandria lawmakers will take another vote on redeveloping their water front. they approved a plan allowing hotels and other developments back in january of last year, but they didn't get the super majority they needed. now there's a brand new council and they believe they have the necessary votes to stop the lawsuits that have tied up the whole plan in court. >> if we flex the woe of the people who elected us and supports the development of a beautiful economically sustainable water front that all alexandria residence can be proud of and enjoy. >> the plan would allow too much commercial development, but supporters argue that the development is needed to support the city financially. so maybe it is going to help go forward now.
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